PlayStation 4 hackers have discovered a very interesting bit of news for PlayStation Portable fans. As it turns out, there is a PSP emulator hidden within PaRappa the Rapper Remastered. The original PSP version of PaRappa was not given a new port code for the PlayStation 4 version. Instead, it runs on a built in PSP emulator.
As you can well imagine, the hacking community has grabbed on tight with both hands and hasn't let go. One person, Dark Element, is working on creating a user friendly version of the emulator, in the hopes that anyone with an unlocked PlayStation 4 will be able to play PSP games.
Many other hackers are trying to track down copies of Loco Roco 2 Remastered for the PlayStation 4 (which only released in Asia), because they believe there may be another PSP emulator contained within it. Online storefronts and local businesses may catch wind of all of this news, so expect those Loco Roco 2 Remastered copies to go up in price for a short while.
If you're not a hacker seeking out the discs to learn what you can, stay tuned. Many other hackers, including the one who found the emulator, KiiWii, already have games like Loco Roco, Patapon, and Namco Museum playing on their systems. It's almost certain that someone will come up with an easy to use version for any unlocked PlayStation 4 owner to enjoy.
Source: Ars Technica